Rustenburg - The life of a star witness in the famous Coligny sunflower murder case is in danger, he said on Monday.
In a telephonic interview, Bonakele Pakisi told African News Agency that he no longer feels free to walk in the town of Coligny as he was being called the K-word and was assaulted.
"I am no longer moving free in Coligny; there are sections of the town that I do not go to. The are people labelling me a k****r," he said.
He explained that thing turned to the worse after he testified against Pieter Doorewaard and Phillip Schutte, for the brutal murder of teenager Matlhomola Jonas Mosweu.
North West High Court Judge Ronnie Hendricks sentenced Pieter Doorewaard, 28, and Phillip Schutte, 35, to an effective 18 and 23 years respectively for killing Mosweu, 16.